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It seems remastersys is not well supported in latest distribution. I suggest you use systemback. It also has some extra nice features. I have been able to successfully create an iso with it and written it to a 4G memory stick. However it failed to write to a 16G memory stick. I had to use unetbootin for that. My suggestion is to use systemback for creating ...
ACPI needs to be turned off during boot. When booting to the LiveCD, before selecting Try Ubuntu without installing, press the F6 key for Other Options and select acpi=off. Press ESC to exit the Other Options menu, and press Enter to continue the boot. For further help about selecting Other Options from a live boot, refer to ...
Before chosing "Try ubuntu without installing" press the letter's e key to edit the boot option. In the longest line add --noacpi and press F10. The LiveCD will boot fine.
Your boot repair log looks a lot like the log for an unformatted disk, therefore a simple boot repair will not suffice... Therefore I would just restore my back-up. If you don't have a back-up, you should start making them after the following steps: Buy a new disk (not too expensive as this will be a back-up disk) Boot an Ubuntu LiveCD Create an exact ...
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